Around this time of the year, Japan is wrapped in happy lights dat by day.
Many streets, buildings, stores and homes are decorated with twinkling festive lights for Christmas.
Christmas in Japan is more like a festival rather than a sacred event
Traditionally faiths such as Buddhism and Shinto are practiced in Japan, but usually people here enjoy celebrating Christmas regardless of our religion.
One of popular ways to enjoy the big event is to go out to see lovely lights in towns.
If you also could have the opportunity, we recommend you’d refer to the guide below.
5. Tokyo Tower Winter Fantasy
Address : 4-2-8 Shibakoen, Minato-ku, Tokyo (google maps)
Dates : 11/03/2015〜02/29/2016
Feature : warm orange illumination with Tokyo Tower (website)
4. Marunouchi Illumination
Address : 2-2-3 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo (google maps)
Dates : 11/12/2015〜02/14/2016
Feature : champagne gold lights from 200 tress along roads (website)
3. Caretta Shiodome
Address : 1-8-2 Higashishinbashi, Minato-ku, Tokyo (google maps)
Dates : 11/19/2015〜02/14/2016
Feature : valley of blue stars by 270,000 lights (website)
2. Yebisu Garden Place
Address : 4-20 Ebisu, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo (google maps)
Dates : 11/07/2015〜01/11/2016
Feature : massive chandelier with classical christmas trees (website)
1. Tokyo Midtown
Address : 9-7-1 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo (google maps)
Period : 11/12/2015〜12/25/2015
Feature : fantastical show by lights and music on blue universe (website)
Christmas day is not a national holiday in Japan, but these spots are crowded with many people till late night.
We hope you guys enjoy the mysterious atmosphere together with amazing lights.
Thanks for reading.